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Project/Spanish Payment Terms/Functional Documentation

Contents

Document sign-off

Role Name Sign-off date
PM Patricia San Juan
Development Vinoth
Development Raj
Consulting Asier Zabaleta

Document Status

Date Author or editor Description of change Document status Document version
November 19th, 2009 Patricia San Juan Document creation Draft v1

Overview & Justification

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to describe the functional specifications for a new Spanish default master data set required in order to improve OB ERP implementation in Spain.

These new master data set is going to be developed and delivered as a new extension modules which will be part of the ES Localization Professional Pack v 1.2; which will be implemented according to the Technical Documentation which can be found here :Technical Design link>

Scope

In Scope:

This new default data set must be developed as data sets extended modules which will contain below data: Most common “Spanish Payment Terms” List

Justification

The main purpose of this development is to facilitate Spanish OB ERP implementations so basic and most common Spanish data can be easy updated in the system.

New definitions and acronyms:

This section should provide a listing of new terms and their definition that are being introduced by this specification.

BP = Business Partner


Users & business process description

User goals

User goals of this feature are:

To allow the end user to select one of the most common Spanish Payment Terms from a provided list, while entering in the system the corresponding Business Partner (Customer or Vendor/Creditor) by navigating to “Master Data Management / Business Partner / Business Partner – Customer tab or Vendor/Creditor tab”.

In the case of Customer BP = “Payment Terms” fields

In the case of Vendor/Creditor BP = “PO Form of Payment” and “PO Payment Terms”

User Roles and Personas

The following roles are involved:

Sales staff (Mike): Mike is an employee part of the sales staff. He will be the one entering sales transactions as appropriate as well as entering Customer BP in the system.

Purchase staff (Alice): Alice is an employee part of the purchase staff. She will be the one entering purchase transactions as appropriate, as well as entering Vendor/Creditor BP in the system.

Business process diagram

N/A

Business scenario/s

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Functional requirements

Requirement 1 - Payment Terms

Below listed most common “Spanish Payment Terms” should be provided as by default data set:

30 días


Search key Name/Description Active Next Business day Overdue Payment Days Rule
30d Thirty days Yes Yes 30
30d Treinta días Si Si 30


60 días


Search key Name/Description Active Next Business day Overdue Payment Days Rule
60d Sixty days Yes Yes 60
30d Sesenta días Si Si 60


90 días


Search key Name/Description Active Next Business day Overdue Payment Days Rule
90d Ninety days Yes Yes 90
90d Noventa días Si Si 90


120 días


Search key Name/Description Active Next Business day Overdue Payment Days Rule
120d One hundred and twenty days Yes Yes 120
120d Ciento veinte días Si Si 120


50% en el acto, resto 60 días

Header

Search key Name/Description Active Next Business day Overdue Payment Days Rule
50%-50%60d 50% immediately and 50% net 60 days Yes n/a 0
50%-50%60d 50% en el acto, resto a 60 días Si n/a 0

Lines

Active Line No.  % due Overdue Payment Days Rule Next Business day
Yes 10 50 0 n/a
Yes 20 50 60 Yes


20% a 10 días resto a 30 días

Header

Search key Name/Description Active Next Business day Overdue Payment Days Rule
20%10d-80%30d 20% net 10 days and 80% net 30 days Yes n/a 0
20%10d-80%30d 20% a 10 días, resto a 30 días Si n/a 0

Lines

Active Line No.  % due Overdue Payment Days Rule Next Business day
Yes 10 20 10 Yes
Yes 20 80 30 Yes


20% 15 días – 40% 30 días, resto a 60 días

Header

Search key Name/Description Active Next Business day Overdue Payment Days Rule
20%15d-40%30d-40%60d 20% net 10 days, 40% net 30 days and 40% net 60 days Yes n/a 0
20%15d-40%30d-40%60d 20% a 15 días, 40% a 30 días y resto a 60 días Si n/a 0


Lines

Active Line No.  % due Overdue Payment Days Rule Next Business day
Yes 10 20 15 Yes
Yes 20 40 30 Yes
Yes 30 40 60 Yes

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